By Desmond Aidoo, CA
SOMETIME in March, 2017, on my way to a Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) office to fulfil my corporate income tax obligation for the first quarter of the 2017 year of assessment as an instalment tax payer (i.e. for self-assessment),
By Ama KUDOM-AGYEMANG
OVER the years, civil society organisations (CSOs) have been working to establish themselves as a valuable instrument in the democratisation and development processes in developing nations such as Ghana.
By Alex MASH, Accra
WORKERS of Ghana unite for you have nothing to lose but the sweat off your back!
Don't worry ruling elites around the world, you can breathe easy. This is not the rallying cry for a belated and half-hearted communist coup, though if youth unemployment continues to grow that might not be so much of a joke.
. Trauma over Capt Mahama’s gruesome murder must be a wake-up call
By ASP James ANNAN
THE heart of many bled when the footage on the gruesome murder of Captain Maxwell Adams Mahama went viral. The army officer met his untimely death at Denkyira-Obuasi in the Central Region while on operational duties in that area.
By Ama Kudom-Agyemang
THE international community is celebrating World Environment Day (WED) today, Monday, June 5th, 2017, and using the occasion to urge people to appreciate that they are part of and, intimately, dependent on nature.
By Marina TOTA
ON May 25th Africa Liberation Day is celebrated across Africa to remember the establishment of the Organization of African Unity in 1963– now known as the African Union – symbolising
By Nene Osiedu
OH Secretary, I just can’t wait!
But Prophet too, why is he still with that elder? Is it because he has the biggest mouth among the lot? But why is he still with Prophet? I thought he would be the first to leave! This so-called leader of the elders looks like trouble.
By Benjamin Sekyere OWUSU
IN a bid to tackle the problem of petroleum product malpractices ranging from adulteration, smuggling to dumping, the National Petroleum Authority (NPA)